• Cub Creek winds through the woodland at Hometstead National Monument of America.

    Homestead

    National Monument of America Nebraska

Make a Donation

Item Donation
If you would like to donate an item to Homestead's museum collection, click the title above.

Monetary Donation
Thank you for your interest in supporting Homestead National Monument of America. Your donation will enhance the programs and activities to protect park resources and provide visitor services. Philanthropic contributions continue to make a significant difference and we welcome and are grateful for your support. There are several ways of supporting Homestead National Monument of America.

Direct Donations

Homestead National Monument of America is able to accept direct donations. If you are interested in donating to Homestead you may contact the Superintendent by phone (402-223-3514) or e-mail (e-mail us).

Donations may be sent to:

Homestead National Monument of America
8523 West State Hwy 4
Beatrice, NE 68310

Donate to the Friends of Homestead

You may also wish to make a donation to the Friends of Homestead. The Friends of Homestead National Monument of America is the authorized primary philanthropic partner of Homestead National Monument of America and provides support for many programs and activities at the park.

Donations to the Friends of Homestead may be sent to:

Friends of Homestead
8523 West State Hwy 4
Beatrice, NE 68310

Or,
make an online donation to the Friends of Homestead now.

Donate to the National Park Foundation

In addition, the National Park Foundation is the congressionally-chartered national philanthropic partner of the National Park System. The National Park Foundation stewards a tradition of private support for the parks begun by the American people more than a century ago. Your support for the National Park Foundation ensures that the evolving history and rich heritage of our Nation remains vital and relevant.

For more information, contact them at:

National Park Foundation
1201 Eye Street, NW, Suite 550B
Washington, DC 20005
Phone: (202)-354-6460
www.nationalparks.org

Did You Know?

Women in period dress

Women were allowed to claim 160 acres of land under the Homestead Act, 60 years before they earned the right to vote.